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​Brough-business supports epic charity cycling challenge in more ways than one

​Brough-business supports epic charity cycling challenge in more ways than one

Press Releases   •   Jul 30, 2015 09:00 BST

David Williams - the organiser of '24hrs 2 Le Mans' continues to receive support off businesses across the UK - read his latest partnership with Strypz Vehicle Branding

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Scott House took away a lot of the anxiety my teenage daughter was feeling and enabled her to relax before her operation.

Scott House took away a lot of the anxiety my teenage daughter was feeling and enabled her to relax before her operation.

News   •   Apr 23, 2018 13:00 BST

13 year old Darcy Hoffman and her mum, Leanne , stayed with The Sick Children's Trust at Scott House whilst she underwent a life changing procedure at Freeman Hospital. Diagnosed with a heart condition known as cardiac dysrhythmia when she was just three weeks old, meaning she had an abnormal heartbeat, Darcy had needed to take copious amounts of medication to keep her healthy up to this point.

I do not have the words to say what a difference The Sick Children’s Trust made to our lives during such a traumatic time

I do not have the words to say what a difference The Sick Children’s Trust made to our lives during such a traumatic time

News   •   Apr 05, 2018 17:05 BST

Lauren and Andrew were supported by us at Chestnut Houses after the birth of their identical triplet boys, Ted, Tom, and Ralphy, in February 2014. Sadly Ralphy didn’t make it and died in his parents’ arms, but Ted and Tom are now four years old. Lauren and Andrew are taking on the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 miles cycle challenge to raise £30 for every night Ralphy was in hospital, £1,470.

The Sick Children’s Trust was there for us when we didn’t think our precious baby girl was going to make it; without them I don’t know how we would have survived.

The Sick Children’s Trust was there for us when we didn’t think our precious baby girl was going to make it; without them I don’t know how we would have survived.

News   •   Apr 03, 2018 12:24 BST

We supported Rhiannon and Zak in Chestnut House for three weeks when their daughter Luna was recovering from necrotising enterocolitis.. Luna has since battled pneumonia, been declared profoundly deaf and had stoma reversal surgery at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. When the family returned to Cambridge for Luna’s second operation, Rhiannon and Zak stayed with us again at Acorn House.

While there is no cure, cystic fibrosis is so close to being a liveable disease. There is a lot of hope.

While there is no cure, cystic fibrosis is so close to being a liveable disease. There is a lot of hope.

News   •   Mar 12, 2018 11:23 GMT

Charlie Aitchison underwent lifesaving surgery when he was just two days old after being diagnosed with a blocked bowel. Over the weeks that followed his parents were supported by The Sick Children's Trust at Treetop House and were never more than a few moments from his hospital bedside. Charlie was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a life-limiting illness when he was just three weeks old.

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#TeamSCT - Meet Alex who is running the London Marathon for us!

#TeamSCT - Meet Alex who is running the London Marathon for us!

Blog posts   •   Apr 14, 2017 09:06 BST

Later this month, Alex will be running the Virgin Money London Marathon as part of #TeamSCT. Read why and his top training tips here.

In their words: Sasha Mitchell

In their words: Sasha Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 18, 2016 12:41 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's sister Sasha tell the story in her own words.

In their words: Oliver Mitchell

In their words: Oliver Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 11, 2016 12:38 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's brother Oliver tell the story in his own words.

In their words: Kristie Mitchell

In their words: Kristie Mitchell

Blog posts   •   Aug 04, 2016 09:22 BST

The Mitchell family will be abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower to fundraise for The Sick Children's Trust, as a thankyou for the help they received when daughter Rebecca was ill. Hear Rebecca's sister Kristie tell the story in her own words.

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Families attend CIBC Miracle Day

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Babies Oreoluwa and Johanna with their special SCT teddies!

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The O'Brien family celebrate their first Christmas at home

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Claire, Eddie and baby Eva are thrilled to at home after a difficult few months. Credit: Prima

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Ant & Dec and Alan Shearer officially open Scott House

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Watch the ITV news coverage of Scott House's official opening.

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The Naylor family's story

The Naylor family's story

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